There are 2 ways to learn about best practice and innovation changes in local roads: Wait until they happen then scramble to catch up.
Or attend NACE 2017 to stay ahead of the game!
We’re inviting you to share an experience... that is designed with purpose. A reimagined NACE 2017 presents a fresh, new approach to how county road and infrastructure officials learn, engage, and connect with one another.
Come for some learning! Stay for some fun!
Who Should Attend?
County / Parish Engineers
Public Works Directors
Highway Superintendents / Administrators
Operations Directors / Managers
Transportation Directors / Managers
Construction Directors / Managers
Solid Waste Managers / Coordinators
Public Fleet Directors / Managers
Public Facilities / Grounds Directors / Managers
Water Services Directors / Managers
Stormwater and Flood Control Directors / Managers
Emergency Management Directors / Coordinators
Events will be held at the Duke Energy Convention Center, Hilton Netherland Plaza, and Millennium Hotel.
The annual show is large enough to allow you to compare competing technologies and services, yet small enough to spend quality time with the solutions providers. You'll have ample time for one-on-one discussions with our vendors as there are time slots with no competing sessions. Over 100 exhibitors will represent a wide range of products and services: from software to fleet management to safety to personnel to pavement.
Pavement surfacing and preservation
Fleet / asset management
Solid waste and storm water control
Snow and ice removal
Water / waste water
You expand your knowledge base by learning from the successes and failures of other county road officials. NACE 2017 provides you ample opportunities to pick the brains of your peers from across the US.
Read more on the Benefits of Networking.
Many states recognize NACE's Professional Development Hours. You'll receive a certificate upon request documenting your hours earned in specific technical areas. Please verify your state's continuing education eligibility.
Open in the fall